Rachelle H. Crosbie-Watson

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University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
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Molecular Biology, Physiology Biology, Cell Biology
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Gibbs EM, Marshall JL, Ma E, et al. (2016) High levels of sarcospan are well tolerated and act as a sarcolemmal stabilizer to address skeletal muscle and pulmonary dysfunction in DMD. Human Molecular Genetics
McMorran BJ, McCarthy FE, Gibbs EM, et al. (2016) Differentiation-related glycan epitopes identify discrete domains of the muscle glycocalyx. Glycobiology
Parvatiyar MS, Marshall JL, Nguyen RT, et al. (2015) Sarcospan Regulates Cardiac Isoproterenol Response and Prevents Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy-Associated Cardiomyopathy. Journal of the American Heart Association. 4
Marshall JL, Oh J, Chou E, et al. (2015) Sarcospan integration into laminin-binding adhesion complexes that ameliorate muscular dystrophy requires utrophin and α7 integrin. Human Molecular Genetics. 24: 2011-22
Marshall JL, Kwok Y, McMorran BJ, et al. (2013) The potential of sarcospan in adhesion complex replacement therapeutics for the treatment of muscular dystrophy. The Febs Journal. 280: 4210-29
Marshall JL, Crosbie-Watson RH. (2013) Sarcospan: a small protein with large potential for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Skeletal Muscle. 3: 1
Marshall JL, Chou E, Oh J, et al. (2012) Dystrophin and utrophin expression require sarcospan: loss of α7 integrin exacerbates a newly discovered muscle phenotype in sarcospan-null mice. Human Molecular Genetics. 21: 4378-93
Marshall JL, Holmberg J, Chou E, et al. (2012) Sarcospan-dependent Akt activation is required for utrophin expression and muscle regeneration. The Journal of Cell Biology. 197: 1009-27
Cabrera PV, Pang M, Marshall JL, et al. (2012) High throughput screening for compounds that alter muscle cell glycosylation identifies new role for N-glycans in regulating sarcolemmal protein abundance and laminin binding. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 287: 22759-70
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